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Medieval Center Bornholm

Stangevej 1, Østerlars
3760 Gudhjem
Website: http://www.bornholmsmiddelaldercenter.dk
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

Find out how people lived back then, by visiting a small rebuilt city from the Medieval times. See what clothes they were wearing, what they were eating and drinking, what kind of music they listened to.

Participate in various workshops, make birds of felt or sock puppets or watch various performances.

On July 19 and 26, 2011 you can participate in the Fire Nights at Hammershus with fire illusions and great fireworks.

On July 18-30, 2011 you can visit the Medieval Market and you can see knights fighting on horseback, battles with canon smoke, bowmen, tournaments, music and dance, monks singing ecclesiastical psalms, peasants and market people working and going about their everyday routines.

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